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Historic Edition:
February 5th, 2004
Vol. 23  No. 31

Celebrity Waiter Night benefits ‘Hearts and Hands’

A “Celebrity Waiter Night” at three local restaurants filled tables from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 3, 2004 as servers and diners joined efforts to raise funds for ‘Hearts and Hands: Faith in Action”.

Village to reach out to Chamber regarding snow removal issues

The Akron Village Board Streets and Parks Committee is expected to contact the Akron Chamber of Commerce to discuss snow removal issues on Main Street.

VFW Award

CONGRATULATIONS were extended to Akron Middle School student Lindsey White by Newstead Memorial VFW Post #3180 Commander Ray Perkins last week.

Thirteen Akron Central Students tapped for National Honor Society

Thirteen students were tapped as members of an organization which recognizes service, character, scholarship, and leadership as Akron Central School held their annual National Honor Society induction ceremony on January 29.

All County

Akron Elementary School Students Meghan Grant on oboe and Nina Komosinski on trumpet were recently selected to perform with the All-County Band. The students, under the direction of Debbie Komosinski, performed solos in competition with other young musicians to earn the honor.

Bank of Akron Vice President elected officer of Upstate New York Transplant Services

Vice President of Business Development, Bank of Akron, Gary Mong was elected to the board of directors of Upstate New York Transplant Services, Inc. (UNYTS) at their annual meeting late in 2003.

Charges filed in shooting incident

The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office, after conferring with the Genesee County District Attorney’s Office and the Genesee County Attorney’s Office, has filed a petition in Genesee County Family Court charging a fifteen-year-old male with Manslaughter in the second Degree.

Students to have classes March 12

Snow Days piled up at Akron Central have prompted a calendar change for March.

Village drops refrigerant removal requirement

Village residents can again leave discarded refrigerators at the curb without certification the refrigerant was removed.

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